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Medicinal Rice B4 Formulations for Cissampelos Overdose: Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database


Published September 24, 2013
Topics Cissampelos Overdose, Herbal Drug Toxicity, Ethnopharmacology, Research by Pankaj Oudhia, Rice B4 series, Saving Medicinal Rice, Rice landrace diversity, Rice Landraces, Indigenous Folk rice, Traditional Rice Landraces, Rice for Diabetics, Rice for Health, Oryza sativa, Medicinal Rice for Serum Cholesterol, Traditional Rice, Indigenous Rice, Agriculture, Traditional Healing, Ayurveda, Genetic Diversity of Rice, Biodiversity in Agricultural Ecosystems, Asian Medicinal Rice, Rice Research, Rice Biotechnology, Rice Agronomy, Rice breeding, Conservation Agriculture, Medicinal Plant Database, Traditional Knowledge Documentation, Drug Research, Rice Ethnobotany, Forest Herbs, Medicinal Plants, Black Glumed Njavara Formulations, Rakthshali in Traditional Healing, Chhattisgarh Rice, Orissa Rice Farming, Jharkhand Healing Rice, Folk Rice Landraces, Medicinal Rice for Cancer Complications, Variability studies, Agricultural Biodiversity, Rice Medicinal uses, Rice Medicinal Properties, Ancient Medicinal Rice Varieties, Medicinal Rice Farming, Medicinal Rice Growers, Traditional Rice Experts, Navara Rice Formulations, Organic Rice, Nutrient Composition of Medicinal Rice, Physiochemical properties, Rice crop biodiversity, Traditional Paddy, Medicinal Paddy, Rice Germplasm, Rice Ayurveda, Rice Knowledge Bank, Brown Rice, Rice for Kidney, Indigenous Rice (Cereal), Aushadhiya Dhan, Healing Cereals, Potential of Medicinal Rice, Prospects of Medicinal Rice, Facts about Oryza, Clinically validated Medicinal Rice, Wild rice as medicine, Allelopathically enriched Rice, Rice Allelopathy, Traditional Allelopathic Knowledge, Conservation of Rice Genetic Resources, Folk Rice Conservation


Forgotten Medicinal Rice Formulations of Asia



Septenary/Octonary/Nonary Ingredients of Important Traditional Herbal Formulations
from Pankaj Oudhia’s Medicinal Plant Database



Medicinal Rice of India with reference to Healing Flora
of Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Karnataka, Kerala, Chhattisgarh, Gujarat, Jharkhand,
Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Meghalaya, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, Orissa,
Rajasthan, Tamilnadu, Punjab, Haryana, West Bengal, Uttarakhand and Uttar
Pradesh.



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video is a part of Compilation of Pankaj Oudhia’s Research Works at Indira
Gandhi Agricultural University, Raipur, India (1990-2001),



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